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Programmatically obtain VBScript Keywords?

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Is there a way to get the keywords in VBScript programmatically??  (I'm trying to create my own editor that will highlight keywords like the VB editor)
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put the keywords in a db or your own db like file and search them. After opening the editor it is better to save your keywords in memory.
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